Overall scores: Reform Party leading, EKRE firmly in second | New
The results were compared for June and August because some companies did not conduct a survey in July.
The level of reform support remained the same over the two months and was 26 percent. In March, the party voted 30 percent.
EKRE’s overall average support in August was 23%, a percentage point higher than in June. Party support has increased 4% since March.
The Center Party had an average support of 17 percent. From March to June, the figure remained at 19%.
The average of the non-parliamentary Eesti 200 party was 14%, the same as in June and has been stable since April.
The Social Democratic Party (SDE) averaged 9% in August, down 1 percentage point from June. The party had 7 percent in April.
Isamaa was at 5% in August, 1% lower than in May and June.
The non-parliamentary parties, the Greens and TULE, averaged 3% and 1%, respectively, in August. The Greens had 2% in June, TULE 1%.
Last August, the Estonian ERR news portal started publishing aggregate data on political party ratings at the suggestion of polling companies.
Taking into account the possible statistical margins of error, the individual results of the research companies Norstat, Turu-uuringute AS and Kantar Emor may differ by up to three percent.
There are also differences in the way each company conducts its research. Norstat primarily conducts telephone surveys, but also uses online surveys. Turu-uuringute AS interviews half of people face to face and half online. Emor conducts online surveys. They also all use different time frames.
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